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Thank You for the Little Things by Caryl Hart, Illustrated by Emily Hamilton.

Whenever I am feeling sad Or life feels hard or wrong or bad, I focus for a little while On LITTLE THINGS that make me smile… With war raging in Ukraine and a pandemic bubbling away in the background, the world feels a frightening and overwhelming place. With rising fuel and energy costs, families areContinue reading “Thank You for the Little Things by Caryl Hart, Illustrated by Emily Hamilton.”

Pinkie & Boo

Chae Strathie Illustrated by Francis Martin A fabulously funny story about a feisty little girl, her toy monkey and the mischievous adventures they get up to. There’s chaos, mess and whole load of love to look forward to. Pinkie loves being the smallest in her family, but the arrival of a baby means everything isContinue reading “Pinkie & Boo”

This Love

‘It doesn’t matter who we are,Join hands & stand up tall. Love is a special languageThat’s understood by all.’ I am literally in love with this gorgeous book! This Love is a celebration of harmony around the world. It shows children that it doesn’t matter who you are, or where you’re from, love is aContinue reading “This Love”

Love Makes a Family

Sophie Beer Published by Little Tiger – 7th January 2021 ‘Whether you have two mums, two dads, one parent or one of each, there’s one thing that makes a family… and that’s LOVE’ Love is all around us in the ordinary magic of everyday family life. It’s those special moments we so often take forContinue reading “Love Makes a Family”

What We’ll Build

Plans For Our Together Future Oliver Jeffers Harper Collins Children’s – 6th October 2020 ‘What shall we build, you and I?’ Just when you think Oliver Jeffers’ work can’t get any better, he releases yet another stunner. Every bit as wonderful as his other books ‘What We’ll Build’ is the story of parenthood; the hopesContinue reading “What We’ll Build”

October, October

Katya Balen Published by Bloomsbury – September 17th September 2020 “We live in the woods and we are wild” Until the year October turns eleven. That’s the year October rescues a baby owl. It’s the year Dad falls out of the biggest tree in their woods. The year the woman who calls herself October’s motherContinue reading “October, October”